DIVISI | Roots

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Roots

by DIVISI

Collegiate a cappella. A wide variety of musical styles including pop, R&B and jazz with original pieces & covers originally performed by artists such as John Lennon, Imogen Heap, Joss Stone, and The Dixie Chicks
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1. You Had Me
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3:19 $0.99
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2. Two Points for Honesty
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3:52 $0.99
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3. Hide and Seek
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4:17 $0.99
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4. The Walk
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4:31 $0.99
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5. In the Waiting Line
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6. Truth No. 2
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7. Let That Be Enough
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2:50 $0.99
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8. Light My Fire
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2:13 $0.99
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9. Love Will Come to You
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10. Don't You Worry About a Thing
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3:59 $0.99
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11. Mama Who Bore Me
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12. So Are You to Me
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Currently, this self-directed group is comprised of 11 women: Rachelle Wofford, Haley Steinberger, Megan Schimmer, Johanna Vinson, Jenna Tooley, Lindsay Varien, Katie Satak, Quinlyn Wright, Mercedes McCormick, Jin-Woo Lee, Leah. Divisi performs a wide variety of musical styles including pop, R&B and jazz with original pieces & covers originally performed by artists such as Joni Mitchell, John Lennon, Imogen Heap, Joss Stone, Maroon 5, and even Usher! Brought together through our love of music, the group has reached great heights, stretched the boundaries of collegiate a cappella, and become the most talked about all female collegiate group in the last 5 years!

Constantly working to achieve the highest level of musicality and performance, Divisi competes in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA), tours and performs for gigs all around the nation. While home in Eugene, Divisi enjoys performing with On the Rocks every Friday in the EMU Amphitheater for the wonderful students and community members of the University of Oregon.

In addition to performing, Divisi has two other stellar albums: “Red Hot” and “Undivided.” The group has sold over 3,000 albums since the release of "Undivided," which won the 2006 CARA for Best Female Collegiate A Cappella Album of the Year and also garnered the award for Best Female Collegiate Arrangement for their hit song "Yeah." This is the newly released and long awaited third album made by DIVISI. "Roots" is the most innovative and impressive album DIVISI has released to date. Hope you enjoy!!!

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Annie Mae Jensen

Roots
There IS NO bad album with this group, they are amazing. Their version of "The Walk" is breath taking
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Kat

Excellent and Fresh!
I am always looking for fresh, new, and "above the fray" music. When I recently heard Divisi sing for a local radio station, I knew I had just found a new group to add to my playlist. I heard their cover of Steve Wonder's Don't You Worry About a Thing--and it blew me away. Makes you wonder why none of them tried out for American Idol--probably because it would be no contest! Imho. Congrats on placing 3rd at the ICCA by the way.
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DDM

The Walk is Amazing
The Walk is the first Divisi song that I ever heard. The sounds in it are absolutely amazing. I wish that I lived in Oregon so I could go see them.
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Lindsay Suddaby


I got this album because it's the only all-female acappella group I've heard that I liked. Excellent technically. "Mama Who Bore Me" has been going through my head since I got the CD, and I love that track to pieces. Also the best acappella version of "Hide and Seek" I've ever heard... really really awesome. The only tracks I don't like are because I don't really enjoy the song in the first place - "Truth No. 2" is too country for me, and "Light My Fire" just gets annoying after a while.

The only drawback that I'd find with Divisi is that sometimes their sound feels a little too aggressive to me, even when they're doing soft, slow songs. They really hit their notes with a lot of energy, which most groups try really hard to do (and don't always succeed at), but sometimes I think it doesn't quite suit the song. But that's a very minor point in what is really a stellar album overall.
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